Montana Brown bravely opens up on having Botox for excessive sweating as more celebrities open up on condition

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Ex-Love Island star and fitness fanatic Montana Brown has bravely opened up about her excessive sweating to her fans, but she’s not the only celebrity to suffer with the embarrassing condition.

Hollywood actresses Halle Berry and Emma Stone have been spotted with sweat stains in the past and their male friends have suffered, too. The Office actor Steve Carrell and Twilight hunk Robert Pattinson are two of the (literally) hottest celebrities on the red carpet.

Excessive sweating – or hyperhidrosis – can make you hot and bothered on the coldest day, with lots of sufferers turning to dark clothes and folded arms to stop their sweat from spreading. It’s a common condition, with half a million Brits suffering throughout the year.

Montana’s Instagram may be full of bikini snaps on the beach, but the reality star has long struggled with the heat and has turned to a cool new botox treatment to wick away the sweat for good.

The non-invasive treatment called miraDry™, used by leading practitioner Dr Rosh, heats and destroys sweat glands to permanently banish uncomfortable armpits.

A quick fix for mild and even major sweating problems, the revolutionary treatment is more effective than traditional botox and Montana couldn’t be more pleased with her results. Free from her underarm wet patches, the star says she’ll never need to use deodorant again.

Dr Rosh says more and more of his KLNIK patients are worried about sweating in the summer months, and regular botox jabs under the arms are way out of date. This new miraDry™ solution has immediate and long-lasting results with a really short recovery. It’s an easy answer for anyone who wants to address their sweat, and can improve people’s quality of life.

How does miraDry™ work?

  • Local anaesthetic is used in the underarm area

  • Targeted sweat glands are destroyed using thermolysis (decomposition by heat) with a handheld device to permanently banish excess sweat

  • The area is then cooled using the device to protect even deeper than the sweat glands and prevent overheating

  • It’s the first procedure to use electromagnetic energy, traditionally used in other areas of medicine like the heart

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Sweating isn’t the only ailment being treated by botox. The industry is up 800% since 2010 and beauty seekers want more than a smooth brow.

Botox (Botulinum-Toxin) was first used in the 90s to ward off old age by relaxing the muscles and smoothing out crow’s feet and frown lines. Now it’s being called upon by plastic surgeons to combat everyday issues like cold hands and teeth grinding, large calves, depression, headaches and even premature ejaculation.

Some people have taken the no-sweating streak a step further by having botox in their hairline. The injections are said to keep blowouts fresher and more voluminous for longer, without a single bead of sweat. I think we’ll stick to hairspray, thanks!

Statistics from Plastic Surgery Statistic Report 2019 and EFMediaSpa.com.

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